UPPER SIXTH CJ 20- 26
GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT

UPPER SIXTH CJ 20- 26
THE PRACTICAL PAPER
Description of content of Practical Paper
EXAM TIPS - PRACTICAL PAPER
Exam guidance on Practical Paper
A2 Module 6 - The Practical Paper

15.1 Introduction The Practical Paper is the written paper alternative to the centre-assessed Investigation.
Investigative work, based on evidence from primary sources, including fieldwork), secondary sources, and appropriate practical skills and techniques specified in Section 26 must be taught in the context of Module 6.

15.2 The Nature of the Component
This component will assess candidates on any of the constituent parts of the enquiry process - from its inception to the writing of any aspect of a report on an enquiry. o be able to address the unit based on this module, candidates should:
· understand how to identify a clear enquiry question/hypothesis! problem, and how to develop aims from this;
· identify, select and collect - using a range of techniques - appropriate quantitative and qualitative evidence from primary sources, including the field, and secondary sources;
· present data in an appropriate manner;
· analyse data;
· evaluate results;
· be able to write a report/account on an enquiry (knowledge of an appropriate style is less important than its organisation).

Questions may be set in the context of any aspect(s) of AS Module I and A2 Module 4.
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